In order to create additional conveniences for the return of our compatriots to their homeland, who remained in the Russian Federation during the restrictions associated with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, JSC “Uzbekistan Railways” organized ticket sales through international payment systems.
Starting October 19, the requirement to wear masks and medical gloves in the cabin has been introduced to prevent the spread of various infectious seasonal diseases and preserve the health of passengers in Tashkent public transport (buses, metro, fixed-route taxis).
Uzbekistan Airways is gradually resuming the regular flights and happy to welcome you back ! In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we were forced to make some changes while providing service on board. We do apologize if any of the previously provided services is currently unavailable during the flight. Our top priority is passengers and crew members’ health.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved a $274.2 million loan to reconstruct 240 kilometers (km) of highway in the western part of Uzbekistan and improve safety at key sections of the country’s national road network to expand regional trade and road transport connectivity.
The second meeting of the subcommittee on cooperation in transport of the Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation has been held via videoconference.